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they're the guys that will decide whether this is fiscal progress or folly. keep in mind the big ones' going to hear about s & p, and fitch investments and moody's, the troika of terror increasingly at the markets because at the push of one of their financial buttons they could decide to downgrade u.s. debt. that's worried barney frank because he thinks that moody's, for example, jumped the gun hinting it would put debt on review for possible downgrade and others views that these guys have gotten to the deadlines and the ratings agencies are getting antsy and a lot of folks on capitol hill are saying that isn't fair or write. and we've got the democrat from arkansas, senator, what do you think of what barney frank is saying, look, if moody's or s & p want to move that's one thing, but to threaten a potential downgrade n now, just bad timing. >> well, there's no doubt. all of this is bad timing we are in the middle of the session, that's terrible. the bottom line the rating agencies have been around a long time and always treated the u.s. government debt as triple-a. and really the bes
, we've tried the big centralized kremlin-like approach. that hasn't worked. i had a feeling the answer then would be we didn't spend enough. we've been trying to spend and spend and spend, it hasn't worked. why don't we try the other method of maybe smaller government and you want to create jobs and small business, small business to create jobs, rather, do the one thing that's logical, get out of the way. small business only arrived at bigger taxes because those are-- hold on a second. >> brenda: wait, go ahead. >> and obamacare, there's just too much uncertainty there and it's all created by this centralized government approach you keep spouting. >> wait, i want to go to jonas, go ahead. >> the unemployment report so much worse than everyone expected that we just saw, was because government was getting out of the way. that was the weak spot was government firing, because now, the stimulus is running and they're firing people, firing that would have happened-- >>, but it would have been 9% all along, even when government with hiring was big it was 9%. >> it's in the 8th and-- >> all ri
>> at eleven o'clock the big meeting between senate and house majority leaders, with the president. we've got boehner, mcconnell, pelosi and reid with the president to get a deal done and with newt gingrich on tomorrow. >> and join us on the after the show show at fox and friends.com. >> this is a fox news channel special presentation. budget brawl, taking it to the limit. now, neil cavuto. >> neil: this hot, steamy saturday for much of the country it's all on the line. the government days away from running out of money and a country's top-notch credit rating maybe, inbound ma running out of time and the president of the united states scrambling to cobble together something, anything with the very speaker of the house that walked out on him yesterday. preparing to leave for this oval office meeting to ward off what could be a huge selloff on the markets on monday. because suddenly a deal that many took as a given isn't. there is so much going on. and if you think it's hot outside now, well, get ready, it's about to get positively volcanic and for the next two hours, we're all over
possession at all times and her safety is a big concern of this jail. and just take a look and put the camera over there, you can see, just how secure this facility is. 74 people facing murder charges in this jael alone. and these are usually built with more men, facilities for men than women because more men are generally in jail at any given time than women, but there's a men's side and a women's side. and it's not luxurious by any means even though it looks nicer than places i've seen. lights out at 10 or eleven o'clock. lights out doesn't mean lights out. lights dim. four or five o'clock in the morning, lights come back on. all night long, people are watching her and every other inmate. this is a short-term facility. it's not designed to be a place where someone can live a long time. so more that reason it's rare austere and most people who are incarcerated in jails are anxious to get through the trial procedure and to a prison should that be their fate to be convicted because a prison generally is a better place to live because it's a long-term facility not short-term and it's usually no
get your sense of what he meant by this particular statement. >> he said that bottom line in the big deal, that's not going to happen. are you, are you going to be willing to go back to just, say, raising the debt ceiling still? >> well, i think i've been consistently saying here in this press room and everywhere that it is very important for us to raise the debt ceiling. we don't have an option on that. so if that's the best that congress can do, then i will sign an extension of the debt ceiling that takes us through 2013. >> neil: now, that is not a 14th amendment deal, right? that's just something a president can do on his own. could you explain that to me? >> it's sort of uncharted territory how this would work exactly. the constitution says that the debt of the united states shall not be questioned and could he do this unilaterally without congress being involved? it's possible. there's an article in the new york times, suggesting he could do as such. i tell you, there will be a lot of people jumping up and down on capitol hill if he does that in questioning the constitutionalit
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